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good morning, america. and happening right now, tropical storm andrea races up the east coast leaving a trail of destruction. this suspected twister caught on tape in florida. tornado watches and flood warnings now for millions. our extreme team is in the storm zone. and breaking overnight, the newly revealed secret intelligence operation that could impact every american. the highly classified documents revealing the government can read our e-mails, look at our photos and see what we're searching. also happening now, prince philip going into surgery this morning expected to spend up to two weeks in the hospital and queen elizabeth speaking out this morning about his ailing health. ♪ how you like me now and wise up, young fellow. the wildly popular 2-year-old who hits nothing but net takes on none other than shaquille
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o'neal one-on-one, a true clash of titans on late-night tv. the matchup that's going viral right now. you won't believe what happened. tgif. good morning, everyone. we've made it to friday. george taking a little time off, great to have josh here by my side. paula faris in, as well and george picked a perfect day to be off. the weather outside in times square. >> you know what, have you heard what's happening in times square right now? look at the -- i mean we had them lined up all night long in pouring rain. we've got some of them inside. hundreds if not thousands more idling outside. hoping to get in. two of the hottest groups, right now, little mix, emblem3, rain-soaked summer concert series. >> oh, to be young and hearty
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outside right now. it's going to get worse before it gets better because tropical storm andrea, moving quickly toward the northeast, said to be a waterlogged friday for millions after leaving so much damage in its path. sam is in gulfport, florida, where he has been tracking the very latest for us. good morning, sam. >> hey, good morning, robin. good morning, josh, and this is a perfect example, first a storm of the season shows you don't have to be on the coastline to be a little concerned about tropical systems. check out the damage in gulfport. this is just one of the restaurants that was damaged. a powerful enough tornado, andrea, to drop down a 200-year-old cedar tree and throw it into that restaurant so inland areas in the storm with the heavy rain, tornados, a real problem. this is just day one. more of andrea ahead. this dramatic surveillance video shows how even a tropical storm can produce major trouble. one of andrea's tornadoes ripping through this gulfport,
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florida, restaurant. >> this happened while we were closed, thank goodness. nobody was injured. >> reporter: winds of at least 65 miles an hour sending residents scrambling across the sunshine state. one reported tornado going through loxahatchee. >> this comes through a block wide and does this kind of damage, it's intense. >> three confirmed tornadoes ripping apart neighborhoods and overturning boats in palm beach county. >> in a minute's time everything is gone. >> reporter: while in sarasota another 1 of andrea's 14 tornadoes turning trees into timber. >> people freaking out and crying over. >> reporter: over 5 inches in manatee county and doppler estimates up to 9 inches. >> scared our house is going to flood. >> reporter: and there's storm surge. >> 3 to 5 feet of storm surge along the west coast. >> reporter: this morning, those florida residents are cleaning up debris already left by andrea as she now heads up the east coast. now flooding a real concern with 14 states from georgia to maine
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under flood watches and andrea's rains already in the carolinas this morning. pretty much the entire east coast will be watching this storm and as it moves east, we'll of course have the "gma" extreme team moving with it. ginger zee is in kure beach. >> we're between rain bands because it does that. don't see too much in the way of heavy rain then a flash flood. the biggest issue here at the beaches today going to be the surf, the waves will go anywhere from 8 to 11 feet. officials tell me that's how people are going to get hurt in tropical storm andrea, by being at the beach and in the water when they shouldn't be. so if you don't have any absolute need to be there, please don't do it. on top of that we have seen some flooding inland near wilmington and, of course, that tornado watch just off to our north and east in parts of southeast virginia, northeast north carolina. sam. >> yeah, i think the character
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of this storm, ginger, will continue to be rain and tornadoes, the real issue. some wind damage but let's show everyone what they're expecting on the east coast as it continues for the next two days really to pull north and east. watch the rain. this is the heaviest rain we're expecting. locally there will be 6 inches of rain and many areas will get 3 to 4 inches of rain. this has been a wet season in the east-northeast. it's not going to take too much rain to get serious flooding going in that area so everyone needs to pay attention to this. believe it or not an "a" named tropical storm, usually one of the weaker ones, josh. >> all right, sam, and be sure you stay safe. meanwhile, to that breaking news overnight about just how much of our personal lives the government has been secretly surveilling. "the washington post" reporting a second massive intelligence operation, this one tapping into data of leading internet companies, and abc's jon karl has the latest now from washington. good morning to you, jon. >> reporter: good morning, josh. well, just as we learned about the government's program to compile all those phone records, "the washington post" has uncovered what it says is another massive u.s. spying
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program, this one is capable of tracking virtually anything an individual does on the internet. if "the post" analysis is correct, the scope of the newly-revealed program is mind-boggling. according to highly classified documents obtained by "the post," the national security agency is able to tap directly into the servers of nine big internet companies, extracting everything from photos and e-mails to web surfing to audio and video chats. >> the nsa technically is capable, under this arrangement, of pulling anything it wants. >> reporter: it says the program called prism was established back in 2007 by the bush administration and continues today under president obama. a senior administration official tells abc news the program is meant to track suspected foreign terrorists outside the u.s., not americans. but a whistle-blower revealed the program to "the post." the paper says because he believed it was a massive violation of privacy saying "they quite literally can watch
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your ideas form as you type". >> this guy feels very strongly that the powers of the surveillance state have grown too great, that the boundaries are almost nonexistent. >> reporter: the revelation late thursday, comes after "the guardian" newspaper reported on a separate nsa program which compiles phone records of millions of americans. >> this type of surveillance suggests that those rules of the road, so to speak, that were set down in the constitution aren't necessarily being honored. >> reporter: the nsa is spending $1.5 billion to construct this 1 million square-foot-data collection facility in utah. some in congress, including some top republicans, say surveillance has been critical to protecting the country from terrorists. >> within the last few years this program was used to stop a program or a terrorist attack in the united states. we know that. >> reporter: the white house is defending the program described by "the washington post" telling us, "information gathered under the program is among the most
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valuable and important intelligence, foreign intelligence we collect." the senior official also told me last night "extensive safeguards are taken to ensure that only non-u.s. persons outside the u.s. are targeted." now, i should also point out, robin that, of those nine internet companies, five of them late last night denied having any knowledge of this program. >> all right, good to know. thank you, there, jon. thanks very much. now the latest on the deadly building collapse in downtown philadelphia. the search and rescue operation is now over. the massive cleanup is under way and now big questions about how it happened in the first place. abc's ron claiborne has more on that. >> the whole [ bleep ] building just collapsed. >> reporter: this morning the investigation into how this could happen is intensifying. >> what happened? how did it happen? what was going on with the contractor, what about the operator? what kind of practice and procedures were they using? >> reporter: there is now mounting criticism of the
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company hired to demolish the four-story building. its workers seen at the building just last sunday. abc news has learned that construction workers at another project just across the street were alarmed when they saw the freestanding wall just before it collapsed wednesday morning. >> there was no block, no bracing, nothing holding it up. it was just kind of standing there blowing in the breeze. >> reporter: they said the workers who they had watched for a week allegedly didn't appear well trained. they didn't even wear hard hats for their own protection. abc news has also learned there is no record the construction company ever filed the final papers required by the city to begin the demolition, so city inspectors never visited the site. >> we did not follow up and we're definitely looking into that. >> reporter: we also spoke to demolition experts who said the work should never have taken place right next door to an open store because of the instability of the unbraced wall. >> i would not have allowed
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people in that building during the demolition of that critical west wall. >> reporter: six people were killed when that west wall gave way. overnight griffin campbell could not be reached for comment. but the associated press reached campbell's daughter who said her father was devastated and mourning the victims of that building collapse. meanwhile, abc news has learned that campbell has two criminal convictions, one for an insurance fraud and also for theft, and city building inspectors visited four sites where work is going on by his company and they say two of them had violations, robin, and they shut work down at those two sites. robin. >> all right ron, thanks very much. ron claiborne in philly. to paula faris for the other top stories developing now. good morning, a bit of scare for the royal family and we begin with the developing story in london, queen elizabeth's husband prince philip in the hospital for an operation. let's get right to abc's nick schifrin who is there. nick, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, paula, prince philip is in
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surgery in this hospital right behind me, it's abdominal surgery and under general anesthetic. doctors say he wasn't under any pain but saw something in a test in the last week and having the surgery to figure out exactly what the problem is. we're told he arrived here joking with the staff, he's in good spirits. no word on when the grandkids, will, kate and harry, will visit and perhaps the best sign for philip is that the queen is continuing her schedule. we just saw her a few minutes ago opening the bbc headquarters right around the corner. this is the fourth visit to the hospital for philip in the last 18 months. he'll stay here for two weeks, the longest stint in hospital for him and spend his birthday here, he turns 92 on monday. >> it is nice to hear he's in good spirits. thank you. while the queen was visiting the bbc today, look at this. she was spotted behind the news anchors in the studio making a cameo behind that glass wall. now to the economy we just learned that nation's employers added 175,000 jobs last month, that's slightly more than exp t
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expected but still below the pace we saw over the winter. the unemployment rate ticked up to 7.6%. because more americans are trying to re-enter the work force. after getting eclipsed by samsung apple is reportedly preparing to launch its own iphone trade-in program. the goal is to get customers to upgrade to the latest iphone and turn in older models so apple can sell them overseas. bloomberg reports the program could get under way this month. at&t already paying up to $200 for iphone 4s. and overseas, you could say this missile test went off without a hitch. norway's new 880-pound naval strike missiles were right on the money destroying that old ship throwing debris hundreds of feet in the air. it was just a drill, however. a perfectly executed one. and the world's fastest man has been defeated by an american. usain bolt started strong in the
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100-meter sprint in rome but watch justin gatlin in the middle of the track, gatlin edging bolt at the line by just 0.01 seconds. >> that what it looks like. >> apparently. game one, this is what game one of the nba finals look like, heat and spurs living up to all the hype. lebron james doing all he could for the heat scoring 18 but we want you to check out tony parker doing it all himself putting up a shot just before the shot clock expired. this was reviewed. they counted it and it goes. that put the spurs up by 4. that's how it ended in miami, spurs win 92-88. game two sunday night right here on abc and mea culpa to the two of you. you guys picked the spurs. >> oh, boy, here we go. here we go. >> here we go already. it's a long series. >> six more games, okay. six more games. >> you two feel good. >> for right now. like we were out there on -- playing on the court. >> all right. thanks, paula.
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we are going to turn now to the latest on the case of george zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman accused in the murder of 17-year-old trayvon martin. with jury selection now set to begin monday abc news has obtained a potentially significant recording of martin's voice. abc's matt gutman is in sanford, florida, covering every bit of this case and has the latest. good morning to you, matt. >> reporter: hey, good morning, josh. one of the biggest mysteries of this case so far was what was screened on that 911 call heard just moments before trayvon martin was shot. this morning, a judge right behind me will have to rule whether analysis of that choppy 911 audio is admissible. this morning, prosecutors and defense lawyers will pick dueling audio experts against each other. >> i don't follow the difference. >> it's not unusual for them to have different views. >> reporter: each trying to convince a judge to let jurors hear their analysis of who was screaming on this 911 call made in the moments before trayvon martin was shot. >> so you think he's yelling help?
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>> yes. >> what is your -- >> reporter: in this reenactment from last march, george zimmerman argues the 14 screams were his. proof he says that he fired that single shot at the 17-year-old in self-defense. but martin's family and prosecutors say the call proves martin was crying for help before he was killed. >> oooh, he coming for that -- >> reporter: this new audio obtained exclusively by abc news is the first time trayvon martin's voice has been heard publicly. taken from a video he filmed on his cell phone. >> we need a behind-the-scenes -- >> reporter: until this recording was uncovered audio experts for the defense had no way to compare martin's voice to the 911 call. a forensic audio expert who's not affiliated with the trial tells abc news he believes the screams in the 911 call are more likely zimmerman's than martin's. but he says the recording is not clear enough to make a conclusive determination.
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>> the 911 recording is probably the best evidence of what happened other than george zimmerman himself and remember, we don't have the testimony from trayvon martin. >> reporter: something his mother, sabrina fulton, is keenly aware of. how would you describe the last 15 months? >> a roller coaster. when i see someone wearing a hoodie, when i see a teenager, everything reminds me of trayvon. >> reporter: now, that audio we obtained was part of a cache found on trayvon martin's cell phone. now, the defense has been saying that the prosecution tried to hide that information from them. they'll be back in court this morning. josh? >> all right, thank you for that, matt. and be sure to tune in later to "the view" later today to hear more from trayvon martin's parents. >> looking forward to what they have to say. we'll switch gears because today is national doughnut day and those cronuts we sampled here on set, remember, the part
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croissant, part doughnut, well, they have turned into a full-blown craze across the country. how big of a craze? we put nick watt on the case. ♪ >> reporter: ridiculously early every morning in downtown manhattan there's a line, an around the block line and a two-hour wait. >> what time did you get up? >> 4:20. >> reporter: for the cronut. dominic ansel. >> i wasn't expecting it to be that big. >> reporter: taste draws the connoisseur. why did you want to be a croner? >> i did not want to eat a cronut. what kind of question is that? >> reporter: and the hype draws oh so many more. >> want to be the guy that ate the cronut. >> reporter: anderson cooper they said tried to call in and failed to get an order for his birthday and hugh jackman stood in line with the tired and the weary. they're 5 bucks a pop but change hands for 40 bucks apiece on the black market. doughnuts, croissant. mm-mm.
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it does work. not enough to stand in that line either. everyone is trying to get in on the craze. days ago pillsbury introduced a diy cronut and they're trying to create the labradoodle of baked goods. doors here open at 8:00 with a strict two-cronut limit per person. >> so more and more people will get it. >> reporter: how do you feel? >> stressed. >> have a bite. >> reporter: are you sure? >> yeah. >> reporter: texture -- mm-mm. and we couldn't get the real thing this morning. they're too hard to find but we have the pillsbury version. this is the people's cronut. you notice i have half a dozen, guys, so go about your business. i can promise a cup of coffee, get a newspaper and kick back. do what you got to do. >> we should put birthday candles. >> we definitely should.
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>> happy birthday, nick. dig in. it's all yours. see it all right here. >> happy birthday, big guy. >> thank you, guys. >> good to have you here, nick. let's get another check of the weather, sam, i know you wish we were here. you were here when we had the original cronut last week. >> i was going to say nick's homemade cronuts didn't do it for me, i'm sorry. sorry. we got one or two things going on. we're going to start where severe storms are. two zones we haven't talked about. in texas it runs to albuquerque. but, of course, watching our eyes on the east coast and the red zone there from raleigh to washington, d.c., could be where the storms line up. quick look at where the record heat is roaring. had a couple of heat records yesterday, likely see one or two more today. vegas, 10, yuma, 110. this is just unbelievable heat.
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and still to come the bizarre twist in the ex-cop accused of killing his wife. the real-life hangover for a lawyer's parting so epic. police compared it to the war
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he will focus on the efforts in california to implement the law and the people who do not currently have access to insurance. the president will then fly to son california. >> now the friday morning commute, leyla gulen. >> i can tell you what not flying, the bay bridge has a stalled car westbound direction bond the toll plaza. we have this brand new accident westbound 580 at greenville road, it is blocking one lane and right new we are looking at heavy conditions at the altamont pass but it eases up continuing to live more. >> when we come back our
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>> good morning, check out cloud cover from mount tamalpais, believe it or not we are going to be warmer today but there will be poor air quality in the east bay and santa clara valleys all under the "spare the air" day. we have a flight arrival delay in sfo at nearly 50 minutes this morning because of the low clouds. this afternoon, we are four to 18 degrees warmer-than-average. today and tomorrow are the hottest days in the forecast but we will
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♪ rain-soaked friday here in times square to show you the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of folks here for the summer concert series continuing. two huge groups about to take the stage, little mix and emblem3. fair to say their fans are out in force. >> like going can you -- we will! shortly. he'll be coming in. we promise. we promise. in the park having to come here, security, get him upstairs. it'll all be taken care of. also ahead, new details about paris jackson's recovery. reportedly she is smiling and receiving visitors. such great news including her grandmother katherine, also we'll have the strange message for the doctor behind bars for
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his role in her father's death. and what happens in vegas doesn't always stay in vegas. we're going inside the real life hangover for a california lawyer whose partying was so big that police compared the aftermath to a war zone. >> yeah. never good. we'll get to that ahead. right now, the explosive courtroom drama in kansas where that sheriff's deputy took the stand to defend himself against charges he murdered his wife and then set their home on fire to cover up the crime. he claims she was depressed and took her own life. abc's gio benitez is here with all those details for us, good morning, gio. >> reporter: the prosecution argues brett seacat killed his wife two days after she handed him divorce papers. now, at the center of this murder trial is what prosecutors call his odd behavior the day before his wife's death. this is the fiery home where vashti seacat died from a
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gunshot wound to the neck inside the burning house. a day before they saw him destroying hard drives and asking for a projector. prosecutors found his old cell phones in the trash of his kansas office. >> why did you melt the two hard drives as opposed to just tossing them in the trash? >> if you leave a hard drive in a trash, most identity thieves would not have any problem at all accessing that hard drive in some form or another. >> reporter: the prosecution is arguing that he used a projector to forge his wife's suicide note, but the former police officer says he was using it for a fraud investigation. >> i was showing how a false social security card was made. i was going through the steps that i had been told about to see if they were actually applicable. >> reporter: as for those discarded old cell phones, the 37-year-old says he was looking to protect his identity.
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>> websites that said don't sell your old cell phone, said destroy them. >> reporter: he argues his wife killed herself following depression he says was caused by a weight loss supplement called hcg. >> do you know whether or not your sister was using that diet supplement? >> yes. >> reporter: but in court her friends testified that she did not seem depressed and was optimistic about starting a life away from brett seacat. in an interview with abc news her family says the young mother who filed for divorce two weeks before her death never wanted to hurt brett with those divorce papers. >> she was sad. she was hurting someone. she was sad that she would hurt anyone. as we all would even when i had a breakout, i'm sad for that person and i'm sad i'm having to hurt them. >> reporter: also at issue, the evidence. while prosecutors argue brett's pants had gasoline on them, yesterday a forensic expert testified that they were not properly sealed in the right kind of evidence bag, robin.
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>> okay, gio. we'll bring in "gma" legal analyst dan abrams with pore on this. were you surprised he took the stand at all? >> i'm always surprised when a defendant in this kind of case takes the stand but he's in a tough spot. it's not just because there's a lot of evidence against him. it's because it's the type of evidence that they have against him. meaning it's the type of evidence that jurors can understand and relate to which is things that he said that were incriminating, things that he did that were incriminating. why didn't he do other things? i mean, the note that was found in his pocket, this isn't dna and complicated stuff. had did just sort of stuff that comes from the gut that makes you say, well, wait a second, what else could be the explanationy that's why i think he's taking the stand is to try to offer up other explanations. >> he did seem to have an answer to everything and did seem like he was trying to explain away anything that could give the impression that it was premeditated. >> that's right. i mean, look, the problem is while all of his answers make total sense, right, hard drive,
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want to get rid of it because you don't want identity thieves. don't want to just leave your cell phones around, discard old cell phones, et cetera, the problem is this all happened right before his wife dies. you put that in conjunction with the other evidence in this case, that's the problem he's got. it's not just one isolated piece of evidence, it's all of the evidence together. >> he's back on the stand and going to face tougher questions today. >> right, the cross-examination is going to be the key. can he hold up, does his story stick together? >> all right, dan, thanks so much. have a great week. >> you too. we'll turn to the latest on paris jackson recovering right now. her family visiting her in the hospital and the doctor in jail for giving her father, michael jackson, the drug that killed him reached out to paris in a bizarre voice mail message and abc's cecilia vega has all of that from los angeles this morning. good morning to you, cecilia. >> reporter: josh, good morning. boy, you're so right. bizarre is the word. he called from a jail pay phone,
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his voice mail, it goes on and on and has this morning a lot scratching their heads. take a listen. with paris jackson recovering in a los angeles hospital, the doctor convicted of killing her father is reaching out from behind bars. >> paris, i too love you as a precious father loves his own child and i always will. >> reporter: a lawyer for conrad murray confirms to abc news the disgraced doctor left paris this voice mail. >> i don't know what you're going through, but i'm sure whatever it is, it must be difficult. i can tell you're not doing well and i don't know if there is anything i can do to solve your pain. but i wanted you to know that i'm here for you. >> reporter: here as in the central jail in los angeles where he's serving a four-year sentence for administering that fatal dose of propofol to
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michael jackson four years ago. tmz first broke the story on wednesday morning paris reportedly cut her wrist with a kitchen knife and took 20 ibuprofen tablets. >> we are told for people connected with the family she has done this in the past. >> reporter: exactly why the 15-year-old apparently tried to take her own life remains a mystery. >> i need serious help. >> reporter: there are reports paris has been depressed since her father's death, that she is a target of bullies, that she has been acting out, all the jackson family will say is that they want privacy. paparazzi snapped these photos of grandmother katherine and la toya and biological mom debbie rowe paying late night hospital visits to paris wednesday night. what is clear, conrad murray's voice in the rambling and bizarre message he left a little girl who he says he loves like a daughter. >> i'll be praying for you. i hope that you'll get well soon
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and don't forget you're loved. your father in christ, conrad murray, i love you. >> reporter: so through a lawyer murray says the reason he reached out to paris is because he was, quote, gravely affected by her current crisis and that he loves her, he says always has, always will. he said he just wanted to let her know he had been thinking about her. josh? >> again, very bizarre. cecilia, thank you for that and we do hope the very best for paris' recovery. time now to get back to sam in gulfport, florida, this morning. sam with the aftermath of the first named storm of the hurricane season and she came early. >> yeah, really early. i mean within six days to have a landfalling storm. by the way, guys, put this on our list, lovely gulfport is someplace we'll come hang out as a unit. this is an incredibly beautiful little town and i'm going to try to show you a little more as we go through the morning. let's get to the boards. what happens during the day
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today. if you're wondering how she affects your life this weekend, watch the timing here. by friday at 5:36 moving up through washington, d.c., new york and then watch this. by the time you get to saturday morning at 8:00 a.m., this is brand-new information, folks, most of your weekends on the east coast is turning out to be okay. this storm is really moving quickly. but from boston north it's going to be a lingering issue, but take a look at how clear that is for the rest of the area by early morning on saturday. that's very good news. drying out today in the midwest and maybe just a one-day dryout. we have the cold front just behind there from beautiful gulfport, florida.
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>> so nice i'll say it twice, from beautiful gulfport, florida. we are live this morning. we'll be all morning long. all that weather brought to you by royal caribbean national. i see all at the desk. >> of course, it's great because it has the same name as gulfport, mississippi. >> absolutely. >> yes. >> i knew it was beautiful there. >> absolutely, robin. >> great to see you. coming up, it's the re real-life hangover. the vegas birthday bash so wild damage charges are estimated at $100,000. >> a headache just thinking about it. also, a wonderful story we can't wait to share with you about the unlikeliest of pairs making a remarkable eight-year-long journey home. >> wait to put on your makeup. trust us. ourfor wow.re designed ♪ oh ♪ sometimes ♪ i get a good feeling ♪ yeah ♪ get a feeling that i never, never, never, never had before ♪ ♪ no, no, i get a good feeling ♪
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back now at 7:43 with the real-life story of hangover. a california lawyer facing charges now for throwing a huge birthday bash and trashing his las vegas hotel room in an epic way. abc's dan harris has the story. >> they have my credit card downstairs. i'm so screwed. >> reporter: the morning after seen in "the hangover" included a smoldering chair, a wayward chicken, a missing tooth and a tiger. >> there's a jungle cat in the bathroom. >> reporter: the allegations against robert pearman are not quite as insane but pretty close. >> the whole night. things got out of control and --
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>> reporter: he is a 45-year-old lawyer from california who is now facing felony charges for his alleged malicious destruction of a luxury suite at the encore hotel in vegas. going by pearman's facebook page this is a guy who likes to party. in march he booked this two-story 5800-square foot $3,000 a night suite. >> gorgeous pool table. >> reporter: that's where prince harry dropped trou in 2012. officers arrived to find a war zone. total disarray. glass debris was strewn about the room, furniture was overturned and numerous food items were spattered on the carpeting, walls, floors and drapery. the total damage estimated to be roughly $100,000. the luxury decor casualties included lamps, a decorative vase and somewhat inexplicably a book about michelangelo. he was intoxicated and had with
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him an entourage of five women. at first pearman channeled charlton heston's moses saying i did all of this. let my people go. he got his wish. police let his entourage go and they say pearman was given a chance to avoid jail himself if he would just pay up for the damages. pearman refused and now he is learning the hard way that there are exceptions to that golden rule. >> remember what happens in vegas stays in vegas. >> reporter: for "good morning america," dan harris, abc news, new york. >> if only that was true and dan harris tells us that pearman declined to comment. in court papers though he has walked back from his earlier claim of responsibility now saying that a third party caused the damage. all right, coming up, josh and the "play of the day." stay with us. here was this and . she got a parking ticket... ♪ and she forgot to pay her credit card bill on time. good thing she's got the citi simplicity card.
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>> now from abc7 news, good morning, i am kristen sze. if you shop at raley's or nob hill have mark, check your bank statement after being hit by a cyber attack. raley's owns bellaire and food source stores, so far, raley has has not discovered unauthorized transactions. >> our meteorologist is looking at the forecast on the "spare the air". >> poor air quality likely in the east bay valley and the santa clara valley where we will fine the warmest weather from up more 80's in san jose to low 90's in the north bay to mid-to-upper 90's in the east bay valley and again tomorrow we will do it and much cooler on
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sunday and monday. leyla gulen? >> we start off friday lite but no more, we have this new accident if you take the drive along westbound 92 to northbound 280 where we have a car that veered off the transition into trees and we don't see any slow as a result but as you can see the drive on 280 is moving along at top speeds
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♪ the music appropriate. there outside. i mean little mix. one of the two super bands with us today along with emblem3 greeting their fans who have lined up by the thousands outside our times square studio on a rain-soaked friday. not putting a damper on the summer concert series. as we get ready. >> and this is also how cool these two young groups are. they realize that we're supposed to be in the park and a lot of people are upstairs waiting with their little mix dancers and realize a lot of people won't
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be able to see them. they're going to give a free concert later this morning. we'll give you all the details for that. but how wonderful and realize that they're denying so many people so we'll have those detail as head. also ahead on this tgif edition of "good morning america," bianna is here this morning. bianna golodryga looking very like victoria posh. victoria beckham there. >> that's who i'm supposed to be. we're talking about something called poshitis, so a lot are carrying purses extremely heavy and carry them on their arm like this and get elbow pain. this is my purse. >> put it on the scale. put it on the scale. >> it's really your purse? >> i carry everything in there. ten pounds. i have poshitis. >> you would have to check that at the airport. you can't carry that on. >> wait till you see what's in here. diapers, everything. you name it. >> all right, the poshitis. we'll get into that. thanks. also coming up, it's a great story.
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josh brought up this story, and as robin said, if you haven't put your makeup on yet, you might want to wait because tears certainly flow here when we talk about the 22-year-old and the 72-year-old making just a remarkable journey. it is the story you do not want to miss. >> tears of joy. >> they are. they're heroes. simple, inarguable heroes. i can't wait for it. >> you'll see it. also, tory johnson is here with some great friday freebies right upstairs. what? >> did you say free? >> free. friday freebies. >> is it friday? >> i know. that's what i heard, friday more than the freebies. all ahead but first to paula faris with the news. more on big brother. we begin with new details about the government's secret surveillance program aimed at preventing terrorist attacks and we told you yesterday about the collection of cell phone records. well, now there is a word that a program called prism allows the national security agency to tap into servers at internet companies like google,
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facebook and yahoo! to see everything from e-mails to photos. "the washington post" says the program was launched in 2007 and an obama administration official tells us prism tracks only terrorists outside the u.s., not americans. in a rare statement overnight national intelligence director james clapper warned that leaks about government surveillance programs are jeopardizing our national security. and as sam has been reporting all morning, millions of people getting swamped by soaking downpours as tropical storm andrea races up the east coast. the storm triggered more than a dozen reported tornadoes across florida. one twister brought down a 200-year-old tree sending it crashing onto a restaurant. in just a moment, sam will have more on the flood watches that are now in effect for more than a dozen states. and now to the economy. we just learned the nation's employers added 175,000 jobs last month. that is slightly more than expected, but still below the pace we saw over the winter. the unemployment rate ticked up last month to 7.6% because more americans are trying to re-enter the workforce. jobs were added in retail, food, as well as business services.
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and authorities in philadelphia scrambling to inspect demolition sites across the city as they try to figure out exactly what caused wednesday's building collapse that eventually killed six people. early last month one resident was so concerned about the safety of this particular project that he filed a complaint with the city, and now there's word the construction company tearing down that building may not have filed papers for demolition. and a major rescue effort to save a horse that was trapped in a muddy ravine near pittsburgh. rescuers using air bags to reposition that horse before finally lifting her out to safety. feet first with a track hoe 90 minutes later. and finally, lara, you love free things. this is for you. you've heard of paying it forward. what about kissing it forward? let's check out what this is about. a cafe in sydney allowing customers to pay for their coffee with a kiss. the kiss must be genuine, real. can't be given to the staff. i wish you could see lara's face right now. you have to kiss someone else.
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the cafe says it wants to bring romance back. that promotion good for two hours a day, and it's catching on, so pucker up, everybody. would you do it? >> significant other and -- >> and free coffee. >> would you do it? >> you know, when you need a cup of coffee, you need a cup of coffee. >> you need a cup. >> oh, good to have you back, lara. and "pop news." >> thank you, miss robin roberts. good friday morning to you all, and we begin with brad pitt. what a busy guy yesterday on a whirlwind tour masked in secrecy, he surprised fans at screenings for his new film "world war z" across the country. we're not talking one screening, we're talking multiple stops. the first one in atlanta, then he went to philadelphia, then he went to chicago, and then he went to austin, texas. >> wow. >> all in one day to say thank you to his fans. the fans blown away to see the star in the flesh. and you know what, so are we. brad pitt will be here on "gma" live on monday, june 17th. that's an early birthday present for moi.
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>> wow. >> happy birthday. i'm so looking forward to seeing this movie. >> i am too. >> i can't believe he made all those connections yesterday. >> i know. >> a lot of miles. >> yeah. let's move on. hey, everybody, you made the call. we asked you all week to choose what we wore, what we ate, what we covered in the news, and today -- >> announcer: you make the call. >> -- it's my turn. you made the call. >> announcer: you made the call. >> here's the "pop news" stories you most wanted to hear. number one, the photoshopped dad. here we go. all parents want to say they have the most impressive kid on the block. one dad though has the picture to prove it, sort of. swedish photographer emile nystrom's 1-year-old daughter is a pretty good climber. she can also fix the family car. she can basically do anything as you can see right there. she's incredibly handy. she's working very hard. all of this thanks to photoshop. dad began taking pictures before the little baby could even crawl
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and then digitally removed the adults holding her up. he is expecting his second child right now, and we look forward to those pictures, as well. adorable. and the second most popular story, because -- >> announcer: you made the call. >> that's right. and thank you for picking this one and thank you for being a friend. that's a hint. where's my bell. >> ding, ding. anyway, the country that brought us the reality show about living on mars brought us a life-size boyfriend, a knit boyfriend. one of my favorites. at it again. listen closely because this one has a familiar ring to it. [ singing in a foreign language ] >> yes, two decades after they left the airwaves in america, the dutch are doing their own version of "the golden girls" and for that we say thank you for being a friend. thank you, america, for choosing this week. we loved it. and that's "pop news." >> that was a lot of fun. everyone made the call. thank you, lara.
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all right. let's get back to gulfport, florida, where we find our sam champion. good morning again, sam. >> good morning, everybody. and, robin, if you could make the call, i know you'd be here because it is gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous in the aftermath of that storm pulling away. tropical system continues to move. oh, i'm telling you, we've got so many folks that came by to say hi, i think this is actually -- i think you guys are more than anyplace else we've ever gone live, the town of gulfport has come out. it's amazing. little town come out to say hi. we'll try to get them all together and show you in the next hour. we'll get to the boards or they'll have a fit in the control room about our time. here's what's happening as we watch the low spin up the coastline, we have more rain today and, yes, for raleigh, norfolk, richmond, washington, philly, new york, boston and portland, this is a serious situation again today, a system bringing very heavy rain and the potential for flooding. it's going to cause so many delays and so many issues and problems.
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there's still winds with this and particularly on the southern side of that line there's still the possibility of a tornado so please pay attention to your local abc stations. in the west, that heat is searing, and it's dry, and it's a little too early to be seeing this, but there you go with those numbers. it's a spontaneous flash mob in gulfport. we're going to try to get some of the folks walking around saying hi to us this morning. you guys hang out. we'll try to get a shot of you, even the police, the local police.
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are we okay? are we in violation, officer? we'll show everybody a little bit later. gang. >> you know what, sam, you're under arrest for being too hot down there. all right, here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." are you suffering from poshitis? is your handbag a hazard to your health? also, friday freebies, just for you, our "gma" viewers. and then little mix, emblem3 here, a huge party in times square, all on "gma." ♪ "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by the most recommended, the most preferred, the most studied multivitamin brand, centrum. . ♪
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coming up, "gma's summer concert series" presented by famous footwear. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ and they walk on by ♪ and they can walk on by >> oh, yes. >> they're working it upstairs right now. >> yes, they are. we can hear them. they are going to come thundering through the ceiling. a rainy, rain-soaked friday means the summer concert series is here, emblem3, little mix on the way but for now the heat is from the "index" all trending right now including the latest on paris jackson. jennifer lawrence, producer, and jimmy kimmel's slam dunk. very happy to have jess cagle here, managing editor of -- >> happy friday.
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>> obviously a troubling situation with paris jackson but she's now on the road to recovery. her family now visiting her despite these bizarre -- this bizarre voice mail left for her by the man convicted of killing her father, paris looks like on the road here. >> yes, i hope so. i mean, apparently this is not an unusual thing. she's a troubled teenager. i think that the one thing we have to be careful about as the media discusses this, we say it's the family's fault. it's because of the trial, all of this. who really knows what went on and maybe if she was the daughter of an accountant in cleveland, she might be having the same problems. what i really hope is that, number one, she's able to get out of that dysfunctional family bubble to really get help, whatever she needs, because i don't think the family may be the best place for her to get help. and the other thing is, i hope that it reminds parents, watch what your children are saying on social media. watch what your children are saying on twitter. all of their troubles for so many teenagers are all out there right now, so really, really
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keep an eye on it. >> good advice. >> and we have to be careful how much we talk about it too. i feel kind of like, oh. >> yeah, yeah. >> we don't know. >> we don't know. and so i know -- >> she also wants her privacy. >> exactly. >> a young lady trying to cope. >> jennifer lawrence, producer. >> she is so smart. my favorite thing about the oscars was her interview with george stephanopoulos when jack nicholson kept popping up, but, yeah, she found this manuscript of a fantastic book called "the rules of inheritance." she was doing "silver linings playbook" and she went to the producer, bruce cohen and said i have this great book. will you produce it to me? and she got it and she's doing it and surrounding herself with this terrific director, suzanne bears, who is danish, doing the smart thing. she's not running toward paychecks. she's working with the best people she can and it's such a smart thing for her to do. >> you said a la tom cruise.
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>> yes, out of the tom cruise playbook. he didn't do the team comedies but worked with barry levinson and paul newman. >> she's got "the hunger games," the big budget. she's got it all. >> she is not hurting. she's not hurting. also, we've seen him, the 2-year-old sensation. jimmy kimmel. we met him. the kid cannot miss. maybe the heat can go out and sign this kid. take a look. [ applause ] >> titus is going to shoot from six feet away. shaq from 18 feet. gentlemen, you will each have 30 seconds. you want titus to go first. here we go. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> keep going. keep going. [ whistle blows ] >> wow! >> trying to beat titus' score of eight. do you feel ready to do this? >> of course. >> begin. >> here we go.
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[ buzzer ] >> oh. it was close. >> shaq not known for shooting 18-footers, so we can cut the big fellow some slack. but that titus, titus is still shooting and still not missing. he is unbelievable. >> is anybody -- i just feel so bad for shaq. i know that's not what -- that's just embarrassing. >> it's cute, though. >> all in the name of comedy. >> always on live tv. >> jess, have a great weekend. >> you too. >> appreciate it very much. also burning up the "gma heat index," that handbag hazard resulting from what's been nicknamed poshitis. >> omg. >> for victoria beckham, the fashion designer formerly known as posh spice. bianna golodryga has that story for us. ♪ >> reporter: it's a look hollywood celebrities like reese witherspoon and nicole richie
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have long embraced, a heavy handbag hanging from a bent elbow, but the fashionista most known for this style is none other than the queen of couture, victoria beckham photographed time and time again carrying oversized purses. it might be an expensive look, but your body could actually be paying the heavy price for lugging around that heavy piece of arm candy. it's an accessory ailment doctors have even dubbed poshitis. >> your elbow is not a hook. your elbow is a joint. sore neck, sore upper backs, sore shoulders, shoulders that have been pulled out of place. tendinitis of the elbows, these are all a direct result of carrying handbags. >> reporter: this accessory isn't the first to cause bodily harm. tight jeans can cause nerve compression while body shapers can lead to digestive disorders. and let's not forget about the men. tight neckties can reduce circulation to the brain. audrey slater, fashion editor at
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"redbook" magazine says there might be relief in sight for your aching arm. >> this is going away. this is on the down side of the trend curve. this is on the upswing. >> why is that? >> it looks chic. you don't have a grimace on your face because you're not uncomfortable, and they're just cute. >> but what fits in the small bag? >> you'd be surprised, something like this. you can get your ipad, keys, phone, so, you know, and it looks great, and it does feel good. >> reporter: but if you're not quite ready to ditch the big bag for a lighter load, just remember this -- >> try to switch it from arm to arm and give your arm a break and if you alternate it around, you're much less likely to get a repetitive stress injury. >> david beckham is probably doing a double take. it's bianna, not victoria. this is a much more efficient bag. first of all, look what it does to your arm, everything from baby toys to my wallet to an umbrella to diapers, so the solution, if you're not ready to downsize is to get a backpack
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and to put a clutch inside of it. and that way it evens out the weight. >> distributes it. smart. and that's fashionable too. >> even if you put it on your shoulder, then you have shoulder problems, not just your arm. >> it kind of evens out. >> then you're kind of like this. >> thank you, bianna. i mean, posh. who is it? >> you're welcome. >> have a good weekend. >> you too. >> i'll take your word for it, bianna. now to a real inspirational story of two friends separated by a half century brought together by tragedy but who managed to accomplish something truly remarkable and against staggering odds. take a look. >> reporter: they are the unlikeliest of pairs, 22-year-old collin smith and 72-year-old ernest greene, known to all at high point university as a package deal. >> we always have a lot of fun. >> reporter: it was a friendship forged in adversity. smith, a budding high school three-sport athlete, was riding home from football practice when he was in a horrific car crash. >> i just remember headlights in
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front of me and after that the next thing i remember is the hospital. >> reporter: the accident left him paralyzed from the waist down. at the time, ernest greene, a retired engineer, who'd never met smith heard about the accident through his church. greene felt what he says was a calling to help the boy and his overworked parents. no one could have seen the remarkable journey almost eight years in the making that was beginning. greene put in 12-hour days leaving his home before dawn to get to smith's by 6:00 a.m. he would get smith out of bed, ready for school, then make the 45-minute drive to high point's campus attending classes with and taking notes for smith while pushing him three miles a day or more. did you ever feel sorry for him? >> probably some, but i've also felt like he could do what he wanted to do. >> reporter: just weeks ago, the 22-year-old graduated from college, and, of course, it was greene pushing him on to that stage. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'd been pushing him all
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over campus for four years. i wanted to push him up to get his diploma. >> reporter: where greene was surprised with a diploma of his own. hard earned for two men who in life can teach us about service and strength, selflessness and soul. >> are you guys always going to be a package deal? >> probably. >> without him i probably wouldn't have gotten to where i needed to be or wherever i'll go. >> that's wonderful people. his parents were there the day of the interview. they wanted the story to be about them, and i do want to tell you, ernest and collin after spending eight years together are now separating this summer. they're both excited for what's next, but, boy, it's very, very difficult. >> how wonderful that they both received a diploma like that and you can tell they're both benefiting and getting so much out of the relationship. what an example. >> they're two kind of people that make you feel good about being alive. >> thank you for bringing that to us. >> you bet. >> upstairs now to lara. >> that was beautiful. thank you so much, robin and
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you now from abc7 news, this morning, president obama wrapped up the two-day visit to the bay area, the president is set to speak at the fairmont hotel in downtown san jose in 20 miles per hours from now. we are told the president will tack about what the affordable care act will mean no americans nation-wide and focus on the efforts underway in california to implement the law and the people would don't currently have access to in. the president. leave for southern california after the speech. traffic impact will impact the visit and laying league has it all. >> we have two multi-vehicle accidents, the first if san francisco, this is along southbound 101 and right at southbound 280, and it is involving five vehicles. we have a slow down southbound in livermore involving four
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cars, westbound 580 and look at that, it is bumper-to-bumper traffic and it eases up beyond the accident. >> leyla gulen, thank you so much
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>> this is how it looks above the cloud cover at mount tamalpais with poor air in the east bay valley and santa clara valley in the "spare the air" afternoon. and here is what it is doing
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under the cloud cover, pretty quiet but we have flight arrival delays. temperatures are four to ♪ ♪ ♪ everything that you did i'll never let you go ♪ ♪ oh oh ♪ every day there's one place the heart to understand ♪ ♪ in every way i see it nothing
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more to say it's dna ♪ >> unbelievable. >> whoo! okay. >> downstairs, a double dip of hot, two of the hottest groups around, emblem3 to my right. little mix directly upstairs and taking over times square this morning. it's raining outside. not damp pening anything. >> turn around, guys. these girls in the middle. look at them go. >> that could light a small city out there. >> yeah. >> i've got to tell you -- we have two of the very best in barbecue cooking here this morning. >> whoo! >> champion pit master mike mills, look at them. >> they're going head-to-head and share their secrets so you
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have great grilling when the rain clears out. >> boy band and girl group, it is the "gma" summer concert and we're starting it off with these three fellows, emblem3, heartthrobs getting ready to hit the road singing it is climbing the charts. it is ""chloe ♪ ♪ you're the one i want yes ♪ front page magazine everybody says that she's the queen but that's you to me ♪ ♪ i just want to let you know that she likes the flashing lights i love the way that you like candlelight ♪ ♪ stay close by my side i just want a chance to show that ♪ ♪ if only you could believe in yourself in the way i believe in
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you i do but you're the one i want ♪ ♪ if only you could see all of the beautiful things that i see in you it's true oh oh oh ♪ ♪ chloe i know your sister turns everyone on but, oh, baby i have no doubt you're the one that i want ♪ ♪ oh oh oo ♪ you think she's got it all but that don't make her better you got my heart and that's the only thing that matters ♪ ♪ chloe, i know your sister turns everyone on but you're the one i want ♪ ♪ but you're the one i want yeah ♪ ♪ fast lanes limousines baby there can be no guarantees but if you're with me you know i can guarantee yeah ♪
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♪ cause i'm attracted to your passion be yourself forget the fashion ♪ ♪ just keep that smile on that you're flashing you and i deserve to be forever ever lasting ♪ ♪ if only you could believe in yourself in the way i believe in you i do but you're the one i want ♪ ♪ if only you could see all of the beautiful things that i see in you it's true ♪ ♪ chloe i know your sister turns everyone on ♪ ♪ but oh baby i have no doubt you're the one that i want oh, oh ♪ ♪ you think she's got it all but that don't make her better you got my heart and that's the only thing that matters ♪ ♪ chloe i know your sister turns everyone aigner but you're the one i want yeah ♪ ♪ but you're the one i want yeah ♪
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♪ all you chloe's all you chloe's they don't show you love enough ♪ ♪ all you chloe's you should know that you're my diamond in the rough ♪ ♪ chloe i know your sister turns everyone on but oh baby i have no doubt you're the one that i want ♪ ♪ yes yes ooh ooh ♪ you think she's got it all but that don't make her better ♪ ♪ you got my heart and that's the only thing that matters ♪ ♪ chloe i know your sister turns everyone on ♪ ♪ but you're the one i want but you're the one i want yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> thank you so much. >> wow. wow. i tell you what. it's only for one friday. who needs central park? all right. here. we'll be talking to these guys. first, sam, we need you. you down there in gulfport, florida. >> i am not going to go without this crowd. this is just the folks walking around gulfport who decided to come by and say hi. we've got the local town media. we've got the local officials this morning. police in check. we're not doing anything -- pets, children. everybody. thank you, guys, so much for coming out. just tell me -- tell me why we love gulfport. >> gulfport is a great place. look at these people. >> i'm telling you. >> sunny and beautiful. >> and it is. most of the time except for yesterday. now that this storm moves out we
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have to talk about where it's going. this storm through this area did a little damage with thunderstorms and tough winds and one or two tornadoes in the town. now is heading up. one of those things you have to pay attention to but time this out. brand-new this morning. this storm is speeding up and this is very good news for an awful lot of peo folks wo about andre >> back to lara. >> and we are live in beautiful -- what -- >> all: gulfport! [ cheers and applause ] >> sam, we wish you were here. this is the yummy part of the
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friday morning show on "gma." it's our barbecue block party. we've got two great grilling gurus sharing their hot seeks to perfect barbecue. hill country barbecue's elizabeth karmel and mike -- thank you both for being here and this is really dry versus wet rub, right? >> a little bit. ours is definitely very dry. you know it's not dry outside but rain or shiej it's barbecue time. >> let's do it. so anyway i've got texas barbecue brisket here and the real secret is to start with a whole untrimmed brisket which i have here and it's a super simple rub, only three thing, kosher salt, brack pepper, enough cayenne to turn it pink. >> rub, give people one tip. >> one tip is don't use too much. that's it. less is more. less is more because the real secret is oak and at hill
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country we truck this in from texas and this is what gives you that beautiful pink smoke ring and that distinctistic flavor and this is super cool. there's the point part of the brisket and then there's the flat part of the brisket so this is the lean part and this is the moist part. >> a little something for everybody. i never heard josh so quiet. >> cucumber salad is delicious. >> we'll have all your recipes on goodmorningamerica.com. what is this golan goodness. >> white corn pudding. fabulous and combination of the cucumbers, the brisket. the white shoe peg and the banana pudding, a summer meal made for the guys. >> we have every recipe for you, elizabeth, thank you. >> really good. >> over to mike. mike, you've got a different story to tell in terms of barbecue. >> yes, we do. we're doing barbecue ribs and one of the main things people
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want to know is making the sauce and, of course, you'll start out with some ketchup and put this all together. >> what are the ingredients? >> this is ketchup. >> okay, if you could list them all. >> a little bit of oil we'll mix together. you got to layer all these -- this is apple cider vinegar. >> you'll give us all those ingredients on our website so we can make the mike mills secret sauce. >> seasoned spice. >> amazing. >> brown sugar. >> awesome. >> it is an awesome -- >> worse shirr sauce. you'll saute off some of the grated apple. some onion and a little bit of green pepper. >> we also have all these -- we have your deviled eggs. we have -- we got a nice treat, vanilla wafer. goodmorningamerica.com. >> mike mills, fabulous, elizabeth --
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>> delicious. coming up next we'll chat with emblem3 and little mix and we are going to eat so stick around. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] two of the hottest groups,
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emblem3 and little mix. we'll chat with little mix in a bit but emblem3, hotly anticipated album on the way called "nothing to lose." keaton, wesley and drew, good enough to join us now. >> good morning, america. >> great story, two brothers but great story. how did the three of you get together? >> destiny. >> we've been like best friends since fifth grade and grew up together and we started a band when we were like 12. >> yeah, that was like in the seattle area. >> and kept grinding and eventually got here. >> and now you're here. phenomenal story. "nothing to lose" dropping in the summer. we heard "chloe." title track. what does it mean? great song. >> let me put it this way. >> you got it. >> to find true love, one does not seek the perfect person, instead one should learn to see
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the imperfect person perfectly. there we go. >> ah. >> tongue twisted there. >> but that's like kind of the main idea of this song. >> i love it. all right, you guys will perform again in a bit. going on tour this summer with selena gomez -- shy and retiring emblem3. in a bit but we're literally going upstairs with little mix. lara. >> i was talking to the girl group making history. their new album, a lot of mixers here. i learned something new today. the fans are called mixers and there are a lot of them because the new album "dna." highest ever charting debut album by a british girl group in america. making their u.s. tv debut right here right now on "good morning america" and we welcome jesy, perrie, leigh-anne and jade all with us now. so i want to start with you, perrie, you've been in the u.s.
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touring for a few months. were you surprised there were so many mixers. >> yeah, obviously we do a signing and see thousands of fans and get overwhelmed. are you here for us? it's incredible. so amazing, so -- >> thank you. >> leigh-anne, i know you have a friend in one direction, so -- [ cheers and applause ] >> have they given you any advice? >> yeah, jesy -- >> they've given us advice, basically be ourselves, enjoy ourselves and just, yeah, have fun because -- >> it's a great ride to be on. >> amazing. >> i understand you do a pretty great american accent, jesy. >> i love doing an american accent. it's like my favorite to do. we all love doing it. >> that's really funny. can't leave you, jade, with the gorgeous green hair. the spice girls charted a path for you. is that true. >> definitely led the way for uk
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girl bands and we looked at them and we just thought mixers and -- >> i love your voice. >> oh, thank you. we can't wait to hear all these ladies use their voices. that's happening next, everybody. we've got little mix performing coming up. ♪ >> "gma's summer concert series"
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♪ if you love little mix's hot summer single "wings" you're not alone. more than 51 million have watched it. get ready. they're about to sing it for us right now for our "gma" summer concert series. hit it, ladies. ♪ ♪ mama told me not to waste my life she said spread your wings my little butterfly ♪ ♪ don't let what they say keep
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you up at night and if they give you shhh then they can walk on by ♪ ♪ my feet feet can't touch the ground and i can't hear a sound ♪ ♪ but you just keep on running up your mouth yeah ♪ ♪ walk walk on over there 'cause i'm too fly to care oh yeah ♪ ♪ your words don't mean a thing i'm not listening keep talking all i know is ♪ ♪ mama told me not to waste my life she said spread your wings my little butterfly ♪ ♪ don't let what they say keep you up at night and they can't detain you ♪ ♪ 'cause wings are made to fly ♪ we don't let nobody bring us down no matter what you say it won't hurt me ♪
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♪ don't matter if i fall from the sky these wings are made to fly ♪ ♪ hey hey ♪ i'm firing up on that runway i know we're gonna get there someday ♪ ♪ but we don't need no ready steady go no ♪ ♪ talk talk turns into air and i don't even care no, oh, yeah ♪ ♪ your words don't mean a thing i'm not listening keep talking all i know is ♪ ♪ mama told me not to waste my life she said spread your wings my little butterfly ♪ ♪ don't let what they say keep you up at night and they can't detain you ♪ ♪ 'cause wings are made to fly ♪ we don't let nobody bring us down no matter what you say it
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won't hurt me ♪ ♪ don't matter if i fall from the sky these wings are made to fly ♪ ♪ i don't need no one saying hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ i don't hear no one saying hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ you better keep on walking i don't wanna hear your talking boy ♪ ♪ you better keep on walking i don't wanna hear your talking boy ♪ ♪ your words don't mean a thing i'm not listening they're just like water off my wings ♪ ♪ mama told me not to waste my life she said spread your wings my little butterfly ♪ ♪ don't let what they say keep you up at night and they can't detain you 'cause wings are made to fly ♪ ♪ we don't let nobody bring us down no matter what you say it won't hurt me ♪
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♪ don't matter if i fall from the sky these wings are made to fly ♪ ♪ and we don't let nobody bring us down no matter what you say it won't hurt me ♪ ♪ don't matter if i fall from the sky these wings are made to fly ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you.
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[ cheers and applause ] we want to thank emblem3 and little mix and we mentioned the concert. right now to the ballroom here in midtown. everybody in here, everybody in town, free concert from these two right now if you head on over. >> thanks, you guys. you are so amazing. have a great day. >> and a great weekend. we'll see you monday.
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news, president obama is now speaking in san jose about the affordable health care act, this is a look inside the fairmont hotel where it is happening, actually, president obama will be there, very shortly, and people are getting ready right now to his visit. it is wrapping up and he will leave if southern california right after this speech. mike nicco has the bay area forecast. >> it will be a warm one inland valleys, hid town more 90's and temperatures today are about same as tomorrow and it is a "spare the air" today and probably again dome. much cooler on sunday. leyla gulen? >> i told you about the accident earlier, and this is on 580 in the westbound direction at highway 84 just before you get there and it is four-car pileup now push over to the median but we are still look at 21 miles per hour with a heavy backup
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